Clergy Invited to View Abuse Movie

November 14, 2006

By: Chip Martin, London Free Press

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Londoners, including Roman Catholic Bishop Ronald Fabbro, are being invited to attend the London debut of a documentary film about sexual abuse by clergy.

Law firm Ledroit Beckett is providing free admission to “Deliver Us from Evil”, Friday at the Rainbow Cinemas in Galleria London.

The law firm has represented victims of abuse by Catholic priests, including Charles Sylvestre and Konstanty Przybylski, who were sentenced to three years and five years in prison, respectively, for their crimes.

Lawyer Robert Talach said Fabbro and other members of the Roman Catholic diocese of London have been asked to attend the event, which includes talks by an expert on abuse and a female victim.

The theatre seats 138.

Talach said his firm’s intent is to raise public awareness with the film, which contains interviews with victims and their families and a perpetrator priest from California.

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